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Fact: I am just lost with my new daily schedule and time management is like a distant dream

Fact: I managed to post two smoothies in a raw. Its my new obsession ok?? 

Fact: My blog turned two !! 

Oh yes, my beloved blog turned two and I am just so happy !! I know this deserves a far more festive post. For the time being both the blog and myself will have to settle with the smoothie!! It’s been a long journey up to now, full of new experiences, new friends and lots and lots of recipes! A lot of times I get asked how do I manage to do all these staff and , apart from the obvious response I DON’T, a second answer is that you give me the motivation and strength to carry on. And to evolve! Thank you so much for reading me, sending me messages, answering my newsletters emails (this one really gets to me, double thank you!!) 

So my blog stepped on it’s second year of existence renovated: The amazing pictures of Marian ( I will talk about it in a separate post I hope). If you go to the about me pages you will see a fraction of her amazing work. The other new thing here is that I managed to make a small making of video of the smoothie. I gave a little hint on my Facebook page but now everything is up and ready. You can view it here. Should you subscribe to my channel and you will make me the best present ever!! And last but not least, our beloved C2 Magazine is organizing its first giveaway click here to enter and win ! 

Ok, enough said, lets get down to business! This smoothie includes red fruits, caramel, chia seeds and oatmeal flakes… Ok what more can you ask from your breakfast ?!! And you can make it in just minutes! Isn’t it great?

Happy birthday my dearest blog!! I wish you all the best ! 

Energy Boost Red Fruit Smoothie

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  • 116gr (1 cup) frozen red fruits
  • 440gr (2 cups) milk (used low calories)
  • 15gr (1tbsp) caramel syrup
  • 40gr (1/2 cup) oatmeal flakes
  • 10gr (1 tbsp) chia seeds
  1. Add all ingredients to the food processor
  2. Beat in low scale for 2 minutes
  3. Enjoy !


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